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New Oxford Notes: October 2011

The New Islamophobia

While mainstream journalists and academic talking heads exhibit a different kind of Islamophobia-- an inordinate fear of Islam-- they have no problems at all with shortchanging Christianity.

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The Fall of an American Idol, Season 2

As celebrity priests fall from grace before our eyes, we heed Fr. Corapi's advice: "Always love the Lord Jesus and always love the Church, because that's where your salvation lies."

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